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Chemistry Undergraduate Admissions

Natural sciences

Durham offers a unique opportunity to study a broad range of sciences through the Natural Sciences route. Studying chemistry as part of the Natural Sciences course will give you:

  • a broad first year introduction which includes inorganic, organic and physical chemistry;
  • the opportunity to study the relevant parts of chemistry with one or two other subjects;
  • opportunities to specialise as you develop your degree route.

Natural Sciences courses containing Chemistry:

Degree type

UCAS code

Length

Typical A level offer

Research project

M.Sci. Biology and Chemistry (Joint honours)

FGC0

4 years

A*AA

Joint Chemistry and Biology

M.Sci. Chemistry and Mathematics (Joint honours)

FGC0

4 years

A*AA

Chemistry OR Maths

M.Sci. Chemistry and Physics (Joint honours)

FGC0

4 years

A*AA

Chemistry OR Physics

B.Sc. Chemistry and Biology (Joint honours)

CFG0

3 years

A*AA

None

B.Sc. Chemistry and Earth Sciences (Joint honours)

CFG0

3 years

A*AA

None

B.Sc. Chemistry and Mathematics (Joint honours)

CFG0

3 years

A*AA

None

B.Sc. Chemistry and Physics (Joint honours)

CFG0

3 years

A*AA

None

B.Sc. Natural Sciences (Broad)

CFG0

3 years

A*AA

None

M.Sci. Natural Sciences (Broad)

FGC0

4 years

A*AA

In Durham

Transfer between Chemistry and Natural Sciences degrees is normally possible at the end of the first year, provided that appropriate core courses have been taken.

Order a prospectus

Durham University's Undergraduate Prospectus for 2015 entry now available to order.